That's all from the Politics Live team for today - a day of varied political skirmishes. The first involved the NHS, which the King's Fund said had endured "disastrous" recent changes in England. Labour didn't escape criticism either, being accused of "crying wolf" over privatisation. UKIP leader Nigel Farage cried foul and "undemocratic" over having to abandon an event in Rotherham because of protestors, while his critics accused him of trying to make political capital out of the sex abuse scandal there. Nuns became the surprise element of the day, as a row erupted over what Tristram Hunt said and meant on Question Time last night.
We'll be back on Sunday at 08:00 - with more on the battle for minds and votes.